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Jamie McIntyre Jul 15
The trouble with a politics based on a contempt for facts is that it leads to laws like this 👇
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Bekah Jul 16
It makes me sick that has a fan base. You are an embarrassment to Somerset!
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Mike Hersee 21h
So.... two years after the referendum, the conflicted mashup of an has been sunk by the before it even left port by a brace of, to be honest, entirely predictable, torpedoes. In the meantime, the commercial damage to the UK accelerates
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The Global Spring 3h
"The arithmetic looks daunting for : Perhaps 100 Tory no-dealers, meaning she needs 94 opposition MPs & close advisers would be happy with a hard Possible the could be decided by 12 "
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The Global Spring 4h
NYT: is deadlocked Deadline for exiting the is less than 9 months away - and there is no workable plan in sight
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roobloo 6h
Oh how very apt! But, where are our ? nowhere to be seen except. abound. Sad days for 's Who is shouting about these issues?
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The Independent Party 8h
need to salvage some credibility having failed to enact 16 to the It's begs the question does have something on ? In which case he should out her! If not
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Neil MacDonald #FBPE 10h
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The Global Spring Jul 18
There are 2 kinds of unions: Centralised (EU UK Germany Italy - federation) Decentralised (NATO OSCE EFTA - confederation) Make laws at the periphery, CONFEDERATE as equals at the center
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Paul Singh Jul 18
I’m sure you remember that Labour propped up the government through out the passage of the Labour voted with the government or abstained when it had real opportunities to ensure a soft Brexit & defeat the government So I do find the outrage a tad hypocritical
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Stew Jul 17
If only there was an that wholesale imported rules and regs into UK statute? Umm 🤔🤔🤔
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The Global Spring Jul 17
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Paul Boldrin Jul 17
defeated on clause 17 by 4 votes!
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Didier Delmer 🇬🇧🇫🇷 Jul 17
The referendum result was enacted by MPs & the is now a law.
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The Independent Party Jul 17
Why is and pitting themselves against ? AND need to to oppose the Which as we now know is based on a fatally flawed
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Andy Crick Jul 17
Replying to @eddiemarsan
Don't be fooled. She's still a . She still voted for the and she was elected on a manifesto. They don't change.
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Julie Williams Jul 17
Replying to @jrmaidment
The Customs Union was taken off the table when the was voted through, that makes it out of scope, it was rejected outright by . How can it be an amendment, amended to what!
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Quo Vadis. Jul 16
Restriction of trade? Take em to court.. 🤔
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Francisco Taveira Jul 16
has narrowly seen off a Commons rebellion from Conservative remainers unhappy that she had caved in to hardline Brexiters by accepting their amendments to the customs bill.
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Paul Farnhill Jul 16
May trying to close Parliament early for summer so she can hang on to her job for a couple more months. This govt is a total shambles.
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